- Rick Ross is an American rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur and record executive
- The prominent rapper is reported to be worth $40 million (R560 million)
- Ross owns a luxurious mansion valued at $5.8 million (R82 million) with 109 rooms, 12 of those being bedrooms, and a whopping 21 bathrooms
American rapper, Rick Ross, is one of the most prominent rappers in the world with 10 albums, 4 Grammy nominations, his own record label and one of the most powerful names in the music industry.
Born William Leonard Roberts II on 28 January, 1976, Ross is reported to be worth around $40 million (R560 million) and is known as one of the wealthiest rappers in the world.
The 42-year-old rapper was first signed to P. Diddy’s Ciroc Entertainment Company before he founded his own label, Maybach Music Group.
In 2014, Ross sold his 10,086-square-foot home Fort Lauderdale to buy a large estate formerly owned by a boxing legend in Fayetteville, Georgia.
Rick Ross’ purchased the mansion for $5.8 million (R82 million) after it had fallen into foreclosure under previous owner Evander Holyfield.
The 54,000-square-foot estate is the largest single-family mansion in the state of Georgia.
Velvetropes.com reports that its 350 000-gallon swimming pool is the largest swimming pool in the entire United States.
Every room is gilded with gold-accented columns and floors.
The home also has its own bowling alley, basketball court, home theatre, boxing gym and recording studio. As if the outdoor swimming pool wasn’t enough, there’s also an indoor swimming pool so Rick can avoid the elements.
Outside on the estate’s 235-acre lot, you will find a guesthouse, seven-stall barn and a baseball field, complete with lights and a scoreboard.
Ross’ house is only 1 000 square feet smaller than the White House.
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